To Memblers: some of your NSF2SPC Include Files are missing

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To Memblers: some of your NSF2SPC Include Files are missing

Post by Hamtaro126 » Mon May 19, 2008 9:52 pm

I noticed that some incude files are not there, I tried spllitting it into a tiny program, Nothing worked,

Unless there is a SPC700 tracker (Music creation utility), or it is fixed and possibly ported to a new Assembler (WLA?). I can't make it work anyways.

Just a reminder.

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Post by Memblers » Sat May 24, 2008 7:52 pm

Could you list which files are missing?

The directory I developed that in has 3,407 files (150MB !!). No doubt I would've missed something. Would be cool if anyone used the code.

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Post by Hamtaro126 » Sat May 24, 2008 9:59 pm

Memblers wrote:Could you list which files are missing?

The directory I developed that in has 3,407 files (150MB !!). No doubt I would've missed something. Would be cool if anyone used the code.
If you still have the stripped code you gave someone in a post made a long time ago (the same post I originally discovered when the SNESDEV forum was started), It might be easier.

List of Missing files:

Notetable.asm
Notename (BIN or ASM)
SnesInit.asm
Sound.asm
vispal.asm
64sin720.txt
64sine.txt
psine3.asm (TXT?)
nsflist.asm
sinex.txt
skimpy.asm
full-hi.asm

(Only need the NSF-specific files if possible.)

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Post by Memblers » Mon May 26, 2008 12:47 am

I put a couple files here: http://www.parodius.com/~memblers/snes/

sound.asm is the one you need, the other files aren't needed if you just want the sound part.

I'm not sure what I did for the stripped-down version, but I found the file player.asm which might be that (or something else), it had a more recent date on it (2005).

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